Speech sound disorders; Characteristics; Assessment measures; Subgroup classifications; Differential diagnosis; Intervention Introduction The diagnostic category of developmental speech sound disorders (SSD) poses a clinical problem due to its size, heterogeneous symptomatology, limited research base, and poor long-term outcomes.
Purpose This study aims to give an insight in clinical reasoning (diagnosis and intervention) of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in the Netherlands for children with speech sound disorder (SSD).
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen founded in 1614 - top 100 university. Sluiten. Menu en zoeken; Contact; My University; Student Portal.The incidence of speech disorders is described for one UK service providing crucial information for service management. The efficacy of service provision is evaluated to show that differential diagnosis and treatment is effective for children with disordered speech. Exploration of that data provides implications for prioritising case loads.Pediatric Dysarthria is a motor speech sound disorder resulting from neuromuscular weakness, paralysis or incoordination of the muscles needed to produce speech. The child’s speech may be slurred or distorted and the speech may range in intelligibility, based on the extent of neurological weakness.
The classification and differentiation of pediatric speech sound disorders (SSD) is one of the main questions in the field of speech- and language pathology. Terms for classifying childhood and SSD and motor speech disorders (MSD) refer to speech production processes, and a variety of methods of intervention has been developed aimed at different parts of the speech production process.Read More
Billing diagnoses of pediatric bipolar disorder have increased dramatically, whereas epidemiologic studies employing standardized interviews suggest relatively stable prevalence. There is increasing consensus that pediatric mania or hypomania can be euphoric, irritable, or both, provided that sufficient other symptoms are present, and that symptoms track together episodically.Read More
Differential Diagnosis of Speech Sound Disorder (Phonological Disorder): Audiological Assessment beyond the Pure-tone Audiogram.. Fifth Edition, diagnosis of speech sound disorder (SSD) requires a determination that it is not the result of other congenital or acquired conditions, including hearing loss or neurological conditions that may.Read More
Childhood speech sound disorders (SSD) are the most common reason for parents concern about their child’s language development, with an estimated 70% of the caseload in speech-language pathology affecting 10% to 15% of preschoolers and 6% to 7% of school-aged children. Diagnosis may be problematic given heterogeneous symptomatology and lack of a clear diagnostic marker.Read More
The classification and differentiation of pediatric speech sound disorders (SSD) is one of the main questions in the field of speech- and language pathology.Read More
Differential Diagnosis of Speech Sound Disorders in Danish-speaking Children Children with speech sound disorders (SSD) are a heterogeneous group in terms of severity, underlying causes, speech characteristics and response to intervention. The.Read More
Differential diagnosis and treatment of children with speech disorder Dodd, Barbara Paediatric speech and language therapists are challenged by diminished resources and increasingly complex caseloads.Read More
A common misconception about bilingual children is that the acquisition of subsequent languages causes or exacerbates a speech sound disorder. I intended to prove that this is not the case. In order to do this I will firstly clarify the principles and practices of differential diagnosis of Speech Sound Disorders and the possible models used.Read More
The incidence of speech disorders is described for one UK service providing crucial information for service management. The efficacy of service provision is evaluated to show that differential diagnosis and treatment is effective for children with disordered speech.Read More
J. Baker, in Handbook of Clinical Neurology, 2016. Clinical voice evaluation and differential diagnosis. The assessment of voice disorders is usually carried out by an otolaryngologist and speech-language pathologist and may be undertaken either individually or together in a voice analysis clinic. On the basis of the initial consultation additional referrals may be made to specialists from.Read More